SPECIAL EVENTS:

WHAT:  Christmas Bird Count
WHEN:  Saturday, December 15, 2018
WHERE:  This year is the 119th CBC conducted in Pensacola by the Audubon Society, a tradition started in 1900.

Everyone is welcome to participate.  Exper­tise level is not a criterion, the more eyes and ears we have the better the results.

If interested contact Daniel Stangeland.

WHAT: Birding classes
WHEN: 6-7:30 p.m. on Tues., Jan. 15, 2019
WHERE: Pensacola Public Library, downtown at 239 N. Spring Street.

There will be a field trip on Saturday, January 19th from 8 a.m. – noon to the ponds of the Eastman Chemical Plant in Pace, FL.

For more information click here

EXPERIENCELIVING WITH WILDLIFE

This past summer my family and I went camping to Balsam Mountain which is located in a remote area of Smoky Mountains at 5,310 feet of elevation.  We walked miles and miles, across several creeks, saw lots of elk, wild turkey, chipmunks, and beautiful scenery.  One of our concerns was running into a …more

ENJOYA GREENER HOLIDAY

For the majority of the year, we try to be good stewards of the Earth, we recycle, we work to reduce our consumption, and we educate ourselves to use products which create habitat rather than destroy habitat. But come the holidays we tend to lose track of our “tread lightly” mindset. …more

CONSERVETHE EAGLE AND I

When I was a Boy Scout back in Missouri, along with knots and campfires I learned about our National Symbol, our bold, proud, Bald Eagle.   I saw his image everywhere, on posters, flags, even coins. But I never saw one.  If the bird was so all-fired important to our country, where were we keeping them? …more

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